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    In an effort to do our part to follow guidelines issued by local, state and federal governments with regard to social distancing and in the interest of safety for everyone involved—(students, instructors and staff)—all Classes and Behind the Wheel (BTW) Instruction will be suspended thru March 31, 2020 due to health concerns related to coronavirus (COVID-19).

     

    The office will be CLOSED until further notice.

     

    Should you have any questions or concerns please contact the office via email:

     

     contact@wheelerdrivingschool.com

     

    and we will do our best to respond.

     

    We will continue to monitor the situation and will keep you updated here.

     

     

Wheeler Driving School is a locally owned and operated business serving Beavercreek and the neighboring communities for over 30 years. Our commitment to our students is to equip them with the skills and awareness needed to become safe and responsible drivers.

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Why  Wheeler Driving School

Weather you are a high school student, or an young adult our drivers education program is an affordable, quick path to becoming a licensed driver. With our staff of dedicated, professional, state certified instructors we are ready to begin your training to equip you with the skills and awareness needed to become a safe and responsible driver.

 

What We Teach

in the class & Behind the wheel

Based on the state approved curriculum our Teen Drivers Course consists of 24 hours of classroom instruction and 8 hours of  behind-the-wheel (BTW) training.

 

1) INTERSECTIONS

2) DEFENSIVE DRIVING

3) EMERGENCIES

4) DUI/DWI

5) FREEWAY DRIVING

6) CITY DRIVING

7) RAILROAD CROSSINGS

8) VEHICLE MAINTENANCE

 

Utilizing various teaching methods of lecture, hands-on group activities and video/multimedia presentations students acquire the information about driving in a meaningful and memorable way.

 

State requirements

for teen drivers

Students (under 18yrs) are required to take a minimum of 24 hours of classroom instruction and 8 hours behind the wheel (BTW) training at a state licensed driving school.

 

Students have the option to take their 24 hours of classroom training through an on-line school, but are still required to go to a traditional driving school to complete the behind-the-wheel training such as Wheelers.

 

In addition to these requirements, they must receive at least 50 hours of in-car practice (10 of hours at night) with a parent or legal guardian.